China on Wednesday evinced interest in reviving its proposal to build high speed railway projects in India, which has chosen Japan as a partner for the country’s first such venture.
China has been aggressively marketing its high-speed rail technology abroad and in the past lobbied hard to get the first contract in India. It had taken up a feasibility study for the New Delhi-Chennai corridor but no headway has been made in this regard so far.
The Chinese side showed interest in the projects in India as as Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe prepared to lay the foundation for India’s first bullet train project on Thursday in Ahmedabad. Read More…
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